Do you believe your child's development may be delayed? Unsure?
This kit can help!
Signs of Development Delay
As a parent you are likely to notice when your child doesn’t roll over when he or she should, or when your infant is not enjoying a first step. When this occurs, it could indicate that he or she is slow to develop, or it could be a sign of developmental delay. Developmental delay is an indicator that a child may have Cerebral Palsy.
Were you exposed to risk factors during your pregnancy that placed your child at risk? Is your child demonstrating signs of developmental delay? Do you suspect your child may have Cerebral Palsy? If you've answered "yes" to any of these questions, this kit can help.
Kit No. 121 - Signs of Developmental Delay includes:
- The Cerebral Palsy Risk Factor Checklist
- About Developmental Milestones
- Developmental Milestone Charts by Age – 2 Months to 5 Years
- Screens, Tests and Evaluations for Cerebral Palsy
Diagnosing, or ruling out, Cerebral Palsy can take time. The wait can be difficult. Understanding more about the process can help to ease some concerns. Let MyChild™ help.
Call MyChild™ at (800) 692-4453
Ask for Kit No. 121 - Signs of Developmental Delay
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Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms
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of Cerebral Palsy